Goncalves, Wolf lift Silvertips over Giants

Everett rebounds from an overtime loss to beat Vancouver 2-1 on the road.

LANGLEY, British Columbia — Gage Goncalves power-play goal in the third period broke up a tie game and the Everett Silvertips hung on for a 2-1 win over the Vancouver Giants on Thursday.

After Vancouver’s Alex Kannok Leipert opened the scoring with a goal at 5:57 in the first period, Goncalves answered with a score at 11:56 in the opening frame to even the game.

Jackson Berezowski, Ty Kolle, Wyatte Wylie and Jake Christiansen each had an assist for Everett.

Goncalves’ two goals gave him 26 total on the season.

Dustin Wolf stopped 27 of 28 shots for the Silvertips (30-11-3-1).

David Tendeck stopped 29 of 31 shots for the Giants (19-20-2-2).

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